New members on board at Central Alberta Child and Family Services Authority

Central Alberta Child and Family Services Authority has two new co-chairs and three new board members. The 10-member board supports the efforts of CFSA by providing strategic direction, monitoring and assessing regional activities, and providing governance support. Two current board members — Jason Sansregret, of Consort, and Christine Moore, of Red Deer County — were selected to serve as co-chairs.

Central Alberta Child and Family Services Authority has two new co-chairs and three new board members.

The 10-member board supports the efforts of CFSA by providing strategic direction, monitoring and assessing regional activities, and providing governance support.

Two current board members — Jason Sansregret, of Consort, and Christine Moore, of Red Deer County — were selected to serve as co-chairs.

Sansregret has served as a member for over four years and Moore has served for one year.

New board members are Patricia-Jo Churchill, of Innisfail; Roxanne Stillings, of Consort; and Lorraine White, of Louis Bull-Hobbema.

Reappointed members are Alice Berger, of Drayton Valley; Lori McCrea, of Lacombe; John (Jack) Ramsden, of Three Hills; Grace Higgins, of Red Deer; and Charlene Burns, of Ponoka.

Members are appointed by the Minister Human Services to bring a variety of community perspectives and experiences to the governance table.

Central Alberta Child and Family Services Authority is the third largest of 10 regional authorities in Alberta.

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